A place for the discussion of lingerie from fit to fashion, trends, history, reviews, where to buy, and more. Whether you're an expert or buying your first set, whatever your size, budget, or style, everyone with a love for lingerie is welcome.
Lots of times we find out we're the wrong size, but many of us aren't privileged enough to drop $200 to find the right size or even $40 to get the right support for our boobs. Sometimes people just want a new bra! Here you can give the people what they want, similar to /r/RandomActsOfPizza and /r/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
For women and gender non-binary redditors who are fit, want to be fit, like reading about fitness to put off getting fit. Feel free to discuss your own personal experience related to fitness, exercise, dieting, gaining weight, body image, and health.
r/makeupexchange BANNED / PRIVATE
Due to a rise in users and our moderation queue, the mods have not been able to keep up with reviewing posts in a timely manner. MakeupExchange will be temporarily unavailable to **ALL** users as we discuss changes in our moderation. If you have any issues that relate to existing sales please feel free to send us a modmail. **We are currently not approving submitters**
r/sex is for civil discussions about all facets of sexuality and sexual relationships. It is a sex-positive community and a safe space for people of all genders and orientations. This is (mostly) a 'serious' community - posts and comments that sidetrack discussion will be removed and may result in a ban.
Welcome! MakeupRehab is a place for those who are on a no-buy, low-buy, or just want to talk makeup and beauty without being bombarded with sales, hauls, and other tempting posts. Let's ramp up the creativity to use your collection to the fullest and curb your spending at the same time!
AskWomen: A subreddit dedicated to asking women questions about their thoughts, lives, and experiences; providing a place where all women can comfortably and candidly share their responses in a non-judgmental space. As part of our commitment to that mission, the AskWomen subreddit is curated to promote respectful and on-topic discussions, and not serve as a debate subreddit.